Mounted just below your car's headlights, fog lights provide a wider light dispersion pattern, which is particularly important during bad weather. Fog lights could disperse wider light without blinding you or the other drivers you pass by.
Fog lights come in various types and options, with different applications and hues to suit your driving needs. For instance, blue fog lights and amber fog lights improve your visibility during bad weather. These add style to your car as well. Regular fog lights normally have a range approximately the same as typical low beams. Most of the light is aimed at a level lower than the light of your low beam headlights. Higher-level fog lights such as LED fog lights contain precision crafted lens that keep all of the light low and directly below the eye level of oncoming drivers. With these types of fog lights, safety is taken a notch higher.
One important reminder when installing a fog light: make sure the beam is pointing in the right direction. This means it is aimed low enough in a path of vision that avoids the eyes of oncoming drivers.